All Photos shot with a Canon 5D mark iii & 50mm 1.4 & 28mm 1.8
I did an Engagement shoot on Tuesday with this fun couple, Caroline & Danny. We met at nice look out spot of the city, unfortunately it was a rather hazy day in Calgary. I wasn’t to worried about the haze thought, since the pictures are about them and not the city ;). It was also cold! We powered throughout the cold weather and walked down to the Centre Street Bridge and shot a few photos there. After the bridge we decided heading to an indoor spot might be a better idea and that is where we spent the rest of our time.
At our indoor location the lighting was just awful! 2 different harsh colours of light, one a crazy yellowy / orange and the other that kind of bluey / white colour (like hospital lighting). For the indoor shots I used one Canon 580EX ii shot into a white bounce umbrella. The flash did a pretty good job of sorting out the crazy colour cast on Caroline & Danny, however the background was still mess and I had to fiddle around with the white balance and colour corrector tools quite a bit in the post. Even though the lighting was a pain, I rather enjoyed the warmth! :).
Thanks for stopping by, Rob
What a sweet couple! Lovely shots Rob 🙂
For sure hey! Thank you 😊.
Well done, Rob! Without even knowing this couple, I can ‘see’ how sweet they are by your photos! Brilliant! Cher xo
Thank you very much! 😀
I think those are very well done. You did a great job at keeping the colors natural and not using Photoshop too much. I also like the locations you choose for background, not the typical engagement photoshoot locations but again they keep the photo more natural bringing the attention on them not a greener than green grass
Thank you very much Nelson! 😀
They look so happy and comfortable together – Pictures look great, one would never know all the struggles and colour correcting you had to do Rob! ❤
Thank you very much Diana 😊.
So sweet:) I’m happy for them.
For sure! 😀
Nice Photos — my favorite is the black and white of them walking down the trail/path with trees on either side.
Thanks Grace! I like that one too 🙂